News Recap: Interactive Map: Millennials and Baby Boomers in the Workforce (Infographic), How the Most Powerful Women in Business are Engaging (Infographic), Quick Guide to Going Global (Infographic)

The Office of Economic Development’s Daily Digest is a daily resource for business people. Here are three of our most clicked through stories for the week of June 9.

 

INTERACTIVE MAP: MILLENNIALS AND BABY BOOMERS IN THE WORKFORCE 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOW THE MOST POWERFUL WOMEN IN BUSINESS ARE ENGAGING 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

QUICK GUIDE TO GOING GLOBAL 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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News Recap: Seattle’s Ten Hottest New Restaurants, The Ugly Truth About Meetings (Infographic), Pros and Cons of Being a Small Business Owner (Infographic)

The Office of Economic Development’s Daily Digest is a daily resource for business people. Here are three of our most clicked through stories for the week of June 2.

SEATTLE’S TEN HOTTEST NEW RESTAURANTS

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Neighborhoods around the Emerald City are blowing up with tasty new places, from a high-achieving fish ‘n’ chips shop in old Ballard to a bar in Eastlake that’s cranking out adventurous small plates. Keep an eye out for another hit in Pioneer Square and a super-fresh oyster bar in Lower Queen Anne. Among the other red-hot spots are: Corretto Trattoria and Bar; this stretch of Broadway in Capitol Hill was in need of a no-frills, satisfying Italian place with a great happy hour. RockCreek Seafood & Spirits; Eric Donnelly’s fish-centric Fremont restaurant keeps upping its game with catches rarely seen in the Northwest.

 

THE UGLY TRUTH ABOUT MEETINGS

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PROS AND CONS OF BEING A SMALL BUSINESS OWNER

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NEWS RECAP: The Essential 38 Seattle Restaurants, LinkedIn Marketing Strategy, Workplace Activities To Benefit You, Your Company, and The Planet

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THE ESSENTIAL 38 SEATTLE RESTAURANTS, APRIL 2014

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The essential 38 Seattle restaurants list covers the entire city, spans a myriad of cuisines, and collectively satisfies every restaurant need. Every quarter, Eater Seattle adds pertinent restaurants that were omitted from a previous list, have newly become eligible, or have stepped up their game. There are three new inclusions: mkt.; Ethan Stowell’s restaurant opened last August and has been hugely popular. Rockcreek; chef Eric Donnelly has given Seattleites expertly prepared seafood in a space that’s equal parts accessible and stunning. Westward; Josh Henderson’s north Lake Union restaurant just received a 2014 James Beard nomination for Outstanding Restaurant Design.

LINKEDIN MARKETING STRATEGY 

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WORKPLACE ACTIVITIES TO BENEFIT YOU, YOUR COMPANY, AND THE PLANET

COOL INFOGRAPHICS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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News Recap: Check Out This Love Letter to Seattle, Pizza Week 2014: Ten Iconic Seattle Pizzerias to Fulfill Your Craving, Color, Value, and Evolution of Logos (Infographic)

The Office of Economic Development’s Daily Digest is a daily resource for business people. Here are three of our most clicked through stories for the week of March 17.

 

CHECK OUT THIS LOVE LETTER TO SEATTLE 

Visit Seattle unveiled its new destination promotional video this week. Billed as a love letter to Seattle, the three-minute video features iconic footage from skylines to ferries, food, wine, art and more. More than 80 local Seattle organizations assisted in the making of the video, which was filmed last October and features cameos from Pacific Northwest Ballet dancers and Rat City Rollergirl members. The musical track is by the local band Ivan & Alyosha.

 

 

PIZZA WEEK 2014: TEN ICONIC SEATTLE PIZZERIAS TO FULFILL YOUR CRAVING

EATER SEATTLE

Seattle is home to venerable spots that got started long before reclaimed wood and subway-tiled kitchen walls were popular. There are a slew of pizza shops in Seattle that are memorable, among the ten highlighted are: Delancey, where every ingredient possible is locally-sourced and made in-house, with dough that’s been fermented two days; and Tutta Bella Neapolitan Pizzeria, which operates five perpetually kid-filled spots serving pies topped with simple, fresh ingredients with a chewy, charry crust.
COLOR, VALUE, AND EVOLUTION OF LOGOS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Seattle Invests in Startups, Naming Rebecca Lovell as Startup Liaison

 

REBECCA LOVELL NAMED AS CITY OF SEATTLE’S STARTUP LIAISON

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The city of Seattle’s new startup liaison is a face you’ll likely recognize. The Office of Economic Development announced Thursday that Rebecca Lovell has taken on the newly created role overseeing the Startup Seattle program. “My big initiative this year will be the talent pipeline,” Lovell said. “When I meet with startups, finding talent seems to be one of the biggest throttles to their own growth.” Another important initiative for Startup Seattle, Lovell said, is to reach out to communities that are underrepresented in the startup sector, such as women, people of color and diverse socioeconomic backgrounds.

Rebecca Lovell, Startup Liaison,
City of Seattle’s Office of Economic Development

“I love Seattle and the startup community, and couldn’t be more excited to be an advocate for our city. We have so many key ingredients for success, and I look forward to working with community organizations, schools and universities, and future and current startuppers to ensure Seattle is on the international map of innovation where it belongs,” said Lovell. “I’m excited to carry on the great work began by Red Russak, supported by the community.”

“As one of dozens of community volunteers working alongside the city, I’m incredibly excited we’re launching this initiative to ensure competitiveness, benchmark our progress against that of other leading cities, and expand opportunities in technology entrepreneurship,” said Chris DeVore, Startup Seattle advisory committee member and chair of the city’s Economic Development Commission. “Rebecca brings passion, industry experience, and an incredible network to this position, and I very much look forward to working with her in this new role.”

Read the full news release here.

Read more of the coverage here on GeekWire.